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About The Albany register. (Albany, Or.) 1868-18?? | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1874)
V. S. Official Paper tor ttretron.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1S74.
Hunter! in mourning.
News it rained yesterday.
Mumps lias got the little folks.
Dave Froinaii, us a paper hanger,
is a suecessist.
The REOISTKR, for balance of the
Toluiue, seven months, for$l 50.
The sock factory at Jefferson wants
to come to tliis city. Let it eome.
It is reported that Vivian will enter
win this people at the Open House
on Monday night.
Hiram .Smith, of Harrisburg, was
hi the city the first of the week, settling
up an estate,
Valentine's day is next in order.
Kosliay lias 'em, of all sizes nnd prices.
During the recent dampness many
farmers have been engaged in break
ing tip soil land.
The Santiam Academy, located at
Lebanon, under the management of
Prof. Xickerson, is prospering finely.
The average hop yield In Oregon is
placed at 1000 pounds per acre.
Elder J. M. Stephenson lectures at
the Court House on Sunday evening
at 7 o'clock. Subject Prophetic
history of the Bible.
Ike Conn is finishing up a neat resi
dence on Washington and Third
Steamers calculate to make regular
trips as tar. up the Willamette as
tfugene City during high water.
Death entered the family of F.
Hneider, near Lebanon, last Thursday,
taking a little daughter.
Dr. Ballard's team ran awy with
him a few days since, near Lebanon,
throwing him from the buggy and
bruising him severely.
The stringency in the egg market is
painful. There has been a large fall
ing oft" in deposits of late, many of.
the hens having entirely suspended,
while others are holding on to their
reserves, it is thought, however,
that nearly all will be able to resume
in the spring, when the crops begin to
The peddlers struck one wrong man,
for them at least, for so soon as lie
found he had been made a victim of
misplaced confidence, he went for
them witli the law and thev disgorg
ed. Some jackass says. "Cheer up. cheer
up; it's a long lane that has no turn."
Don't we know it? Of course it's a
long lane that has no turn. How
perfectly absurd to expect a fellow to
"cheer up" because a long lane has
no turn! We decline to eheer up for
any such reason.
Dallas Price lias made a good thing
trapping during the Winter, and, he
Han't gone far fmtn the city, either.
He has caught several fine mink,
utter, beaver, etc.
An Iowa school teacher has been
discharged for the very excusable
offence of kissing a female assistant.
We should like to know what Induce
ment there is for any person to exile
himself to the country districts of
Iowa to direct the young idea in its
musket practice. If he Is to be denied
the ordinary luxuries of life? If a
Platonic exercise in osculation, occa
sionally, cannot be connived at. wtierc
are the mitigating circumstances in
tho dreary life of a schoolmaster?
i see," said a Chicago lawyer, "a
baud- of white-robed angels crossing
ti silvery strand, with beaming faces,
U-aring in their bands the laurel
wreath of peace to place upon the
brows of these innocent young peo
ple?" And the jury sent those inno
cent young people" to the penitentiary
tr ten years for participating in the
A note from Dr. II. Y. Steele, of
n Francisco, informs us that be will
probably vbit this city during the
Some person (u a Georgia Court
"applauded" whereupon the Judge
wo Quote from thOriJjU Neux) In
digiiantly Remarked, "Now dry up;
I will lot you know that this Is no
If the gates of heaven were suddenly
to swing open and all mankind be
asked on equal terms to enter Into the
kingdom, don't yon know some people
who would pause to see what some
other people were going to do about
it and some would draw back for fear
the celestial city was getting vulgar;
and some who would refuse' altogether,
if they saw the so-and-so's about to
Elder Mattoou, of the Baptist church,
administered the rites of baptism by
immersion, in the Willamette, last
Sunday, to a young man in this city.
. vounx iMiv came to tne cirv tne
other day to have her picture token.
When the artist showed her the
"proot ami iiskwi tier bow she liked
it. she placidly remarked that lie "put
too darned much mouth on it to suit
Those gentlemanly merchants,
Messrs. Montague & MeCalley, of
Lebanon, have completed and moved
into their elegant new store.
Josh Billings says: "I will state
for the information of those who hav
en't had a chance to l.iv in sekrit. wis-
domu, freely a, i have, that one
single hornet who feels well can break
up a whole camp-meeting."
Oregon has one hundred and fifty
acres devoted to boo raisins. Oreimn
r ... - 0 - -p,
hops find ready sale at the highest
"What comes after T!" asked a
teacher of a small pupil, who was
learning the alphabet. He received
the bewildering reply : "You do to
j see "Liza."
II. C. Clement gave a social party
at his resilience on Monday evening,
j A souedegious time was had.
j Garden-making has got some of our
From the Oehoco country we learn
i that stock is doing well, and the
I weather is pleasant.
Ves. Cannon is about again, after a
j severe attack of pneumonia.
W. B. Howell, of Howell. Harper j
ifcCo.. started for 'Frisco on Thursday.
He goes to lay in a stock of agricul
tural implements and machines.
Peddlers have been selling our people j
goods from a bankrupt" stock, j
which thev run through from England
on the "remnant act," and therefore
sold them cheaper than hany merchants
in Ilalhauy could possibly sell 'em.
A great number of those who pur
j chased from the peddlers would like to
j -sell out" again. In one or more
' cases the peddlers were compelled to
Recorder Herren is assessing c'.ty
The Corvnllis stage is making reg
ular time daily, notwithstanding the
deep mud. Jess. Spencer holds the
Our wheat buyers are offering
00c'3$1 per bushel for wheat.
Graff A Collar have gone to work
in earnest, and are turning out some
excellent oablnetware. For all kinds
of furniture, call on them.
County Court week, gobs of busi
iness. Dr. Alexander is about again, al
though not entirely recovered.
It is now unlawful to otter for sale
deer, elk or moose. As to the unlaw
fulness of presenting an editor with a
few dried venison hams about these
times, the law is unnecessarily silent.
S. Bamn goes to 'Frisco soon, to
lay in an immense stock of goods.
Wm. McBride, Sr., died at the
residence of bis, Son, in Orleans Pre
cinct. Linn county, on Monday, aged
87 years. He was born in North Caro
lina. He had been a resident of
Oregon since 18(54.
Job work is beginning to throw
itself in sight, which makes us larf a
Young Smith was walking out with
the idol of his heart, the other evening,
and they cbpse the favorite resort of
lovpr. the goat pasture near the dam.
While admiring the falls and getting
their noses reddened by the north
wind.Bhe burst out rapturously, "Isn't
that dam splendid ?" She nearly
fainted away when Smith ' answered
that he wasn't used to hearing young
ladies swear, and another engagement
is broken off.
Elieeni Is lonklnir wnll nntoHfh.
Lirwlinr tu,r kT. ,k' au ,ni
In purchashing a machine tried thr moM pop
ular.' SEW TRU WPIIS:
NAI.ES OF I, is I' YEAR.
TIIK STATlSTUHtOM SWORN RE
tnrnsof the Snles of Sowlni? Machines
In law, (reported in 1S7.1:. show Hint the
Mner iiiiinnfnciniln!; Cninniinv sold, Inst
machines than ANY other Company, nml
over one njunrter of nil machines sold dur
ing that year. Nine out of ten of said
Mnarer Machine were for FAMILY uw
provnijrTneur nt popularity of the singer
'Jw lionseiioid. Annexed are the Sales
of the different makers;
. , . MACIIINFS.
7 ft" Sinir r Minutin't nt .uiaiana.
Wheeler Wilson MTV f'n. .. .Sold i;t.HS
Howe Machine Ob. (estimated!
Graver A linkers. M. Co
. PAHIMlM i- S l I ,
: weeith. m.
! ;V,,1',r: " s M.fo
( (I . Me ill S M (Vl
Florences. M. Co...
TITUS, BOl'ROAHDKS A Co..
Atrents, Albany, or.
Also, nil kinds of machine needles kept
for sale. novli)y78
A. H'HKtLKK. C. P. HoL'OE.
C. B. WliKELEU.
A. WtI3.i:i.KR & 0.,
I FerwafiliEi&CoMiss'ii Merclmts,
; , M(,r,lmn,lta, nn A
goo'l assortment of all kinds of Goods al-
j ways in store at lowest market rates,
i Ajjente for sale of Wagons, Urate Drills.
Ciller Mills, Churn. Ac.. Ac.
CASH paid for WHEAT, OATS, POBK,
BUTTER, K;t;s and i-OULTKY.
A. V. i'UERRl Proprietor,
A LP A NY, OREGON,
Manufactures Steam Engines,
Flour and Saw Mill Machin
ery, WOOD WORKING
And all kinds of
IRON AM) BRA&S CASTIMrS.
Pnrticulara'tention paid to repairing all
klndsnf machinery, 41 vs
A. (MOTHERS & CO.,
t'HEJIH'AI, OILS, PAINT, DYES
iI,AV, LAMP, KTC,
All the popular
USE CUTLERY, CIGARS, TOBACCO,
and Toilet: .m(m.
Part Uvular care and promptness Riven
Physicians' prescript Ions and Family Ree
''' A. CAROTHEUS & CO.
YlJirdt-r In Albany
HASKEVER YET BEEN KNOWN, AMI
no thruatening of it at present.
ts a thins which sometime tnnst tKifall
every son and daughterof tilt: human fam
ily ; and yet,
At the MUMay,
Of your life, if dtawe lays his vile hands
upon yon, there is still "a lilm in Gilead,"
hv which yon may be restored to perfect
health, and prolong your days toa miracu
fly callfn on
K. V. HILL A SOV
With a proscription, wliere von can have !
It compounded by one experienced in that I
particular line. Aluo, wnstantly on hand I
a kooiI assortment of fresh dni!;s, jmtcnt
medicines, chemicals, paints, oils, dye-
stutrS, trusses, etc. Agents for tho
elebrted Dak Weed Remedy, j
Or. Oregon Rhomnatic Cnru: Ir. D. Jaynn
A Sons' medicines, etc.
Sponce's Porttlvo and Neirative Powder
kept In stock. Also aKcnts for the
Home Mhuttle Hewlny Maehlne,
One of tho most useful pieces of household
furniture extont. Call and examinn
WITH NEW AND FAST
POWER A3D IIAXD
Latest and most Desirable
TO GO FOR
When you wish
But why particularize, when It is gen
erally acknowledged tliat we are
When It comes under the he"d
DRY GOODS, ETC.
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J. D.TITI S. J. BTlTEli
TITOS, BOHRGARDES & CO,
Silver & Plated Ware,
ANUFACTCIlKli AN I) AtUIMTHk
M especially for the Pacifle Coast by 1 1
NATIONAi ELGIN WATCH CO.
of Elgin, Illinois, viz:
WATtf'Il. Knit wf, mn,( lutnftdontln w..
ommend them to the pnhlle,uHxweHRlnf
iik'iv jiinni if uaf ii m'm mi i ue e inun tuxw
other Wiitcli in the market.
ItfniiLnL.u.nnllntlm. I.. ......I.. CI..W
'. n.., . ... iiimmn v, r.jiik,
Walt ham and Swiss Watches, CloetH, Jaw
elry, Silver and Plated Ware,
PlRtoli and Cartridge,
tS Repairing a Specialty. JpQ
OiVAIl Work Done tmd Uoota HoM.
Wnrranted to be lu KepreiM-uMd.
c. fro 9. rs o p
1 mm u 3i mm
mm Z S" w " m-4 m
M t 2
U 3 g yj
Tltui, Bourgardea A
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